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Cabezas De Cera - NEARfest 2009, Bethlehem PA
Review by Bill Knispel
Cabezas De Cera has the honour of being the first Mexican band to play at NEARfest, and their performance achieved two things.
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California Guitar Trio - Live in Eugene, OR, 2003
Review by Bob Cooper
After many failed plans to catch the California Guitar Trio in performance, my wait was finally rewarded when they came to Eugene's WOW Hall. As some of you may know, Eugene is a college town where the "hippie era" is still thriving and alive, so I believe I picked the ultimate venue to see these three guitar virtuosos perform for my first CGT show.

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California Guitar Trio - Live in Chicago October 26th, 2001
Review by Steve Alspach
The California Guitar Trio made another stop at Martyr's in Chicago on October 26. For almost an hour and a half Paul Richards, Bert Lams, and Hideyo Moriya played a collection of music as varied as the band's origins (Utah, Belgium, and Japan), yet there was a cohesion throughout the evening's set.
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California Guitar Trio - Live In Palatine, IL, 2002
Review by Gary Hill
Simplicity versus complexity - it seems the two words are mutually exclusive. However, the California Guitar Trio prove that there are ways in which this is not necessarily true.
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Caravan - Live at NEARfest, 2002
Review by Stephen Ellis
I had never paid much attention to that "Canterbury" sound so I was very unfamiliar with Caravan. I had been sent a Canterbury sampler prior to NF by a dear friend so I had heard some Caravan and had some idea of what to expect.
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Chase - Live in Chicago, IL August 2011
Review by Greg Olma

I have to say that I was really excited to go see Adrenaline Mob on their first ever tour but what made it an even better night of music was that Chase was opening up the show.  


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Circa: - Live at RoSfest 2008
Review by Josh Turner
Circa was way too loud and believe it or not; much too redundant. They had a nice sound – a lot like Yes - but only to those who had ear plugs in and sat more than a few rows back.
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Clark Colborn - Live in Loves Park, Illinois, June 2012
Review by Diane Hill
It was a hot and humid night but as soon as Clark Colborn started playing I got a cold chill and forgot all about the heat.

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Coheed and Cambria - Live in Chicago, August 2009
Review by Greg Olma
I am a newbie to Coheed and Cambria.  My friends have been telling me for years that I should get into them but time and money have always kept me at bay. 
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Curved Air - Live at London’s High Voltage Festival, July, 2011
Review by Alison Henderson

On a personal note, this was the first prog band your humble reviewer got into at an incredibly tender age but they are back touring extensively and sound as vibrant and edgy as ever.


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